After Watching This You Will Forget The Shark Death Selfies

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These sharks love selfies and smile to the camera but their smiles are all teeth. These sharks cannot stop smiling for underwater photography. They are flashing their teeth to amuse the drivers.

 These sharks are smiling for the underwater cameras and seem ready for amazing underwater photos– flashing their teeth to the amusement of divers.

 These incredible shots are caught in the wider lens in the waters off Tiger Beach in the Bahamas.

 It was also seen that there were no Jaws horror raw scene recorded like we see most of the time on internet. These tiger sharks have also such reputation being an aggressive underwater species.

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On the other hand, one shark could be clearly seen having a feel of the camera in the crystal clear waters while the other one enjoying belly rub and the third one gliding and letting the photographers take the best underwater photos.

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Dave Baker, who hails from St Neots, Cambs, drives a cab in London but has a passion for underwater photography.

 He said: “I’d had many encounters with sharks while diving, but always at a distance and they always disappeared pretty quick once they saw you.

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Dave Baker the photographer says it was one of the greatest trips ever and obviously eye openers to study shark behaviors.

“This was a great trip and a real eye opener into the behaviour of sharks.

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Some of the movies presenting sharks as demons hunting down men, these sharks have suffered a lot for such reputation and build up. This trip seems solely to change the way we see sharks.

 “Because of films such as Jaws and headlines about killer man-eating sharks, they really do suffer a bad reputation.

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After reading and seeing the footage the concept of shark death selfies where these underwater species are considered deadly. We have seen many such incidents in movies.

 “To see them like this and be able to show others that they are far from the image portrayed was a real privilege.”

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